“Silence is overrated, or at least that’s what the makers of the Das Keyboard would like you to think. If you’re in search of a keyboard that has the tactile and aural feedback of a typewriter, then fix your attention towards the Das Keyboard Professional. It’s shiny, it’s loud, and it’ll bug the hell out of your co-workers—so please, use discretion in the workplace.
Unlike the first two Das Keyboards, the Professional doesn’t have the allure and mystery of label-less keys, a tactic meant to discourage hunt-and-peckers from looking down at the typing area. Aside from its labeled, clicky keys, the Professional has refined its appearance: a leaner 18×6-inches, glossy façade, durability of a freaking tank.”
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If you miss the old IBM Model Ms, that gave you a nice juicy click every time you pressed a key and every time you release the key, then try the Das Keyboard Professional. Not only does it have the right feel to it, it is sturdy enough to defend your cubicle when co-workers come over to try to take it, and it’s sound effects away. If you have any idea what I mean, drop by ExtremeTech, otherwise invest in some earplugs.